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This article introduces an empirically based and theoretically informed model of a creative learning community. The model is based on three key concepts or learning principles which can take different forms in particular settings and social practices. As a theoretical point of departure, this article will outline a situated model of creativity and learning, and following this, will introduce a model of creative learning.
Updated: Jul. 23, 2014
This study involved a group of Hong Kong English language student teachers who joined a six-week immersion programme in Auckland. The aim of the present investigation was to address our dearth of knowledge as to the impact of such a programme on student teachers, and the benefits that they could derive from it.
Updated: Jan. 12, 2010
Building and Destroying Students' 'Academic Identities': The Power of Discourse in A Two-Way Immersion Classroom
Two-way immersion is a model for bilingual education designed to help language-minority students develop additive bilingualism while at the same time offering language-majority students a chance to learn a second language. The article begins with a brief review of the available research on two-way immersion education. Then, using Bakhtin's concept of dialogue and Bourdieu's and Gee's ideas of discourse/Discourse, this article takes a close-up look at the discourse patterns in one second-grade two-way immersion classroom in Northern California.
Updated: Dec. 31, 2008